OXFAM seeks transparency, accountability in agric spending

Transparency, accountability, smallholders’ farmers activities and women access to land and credit facilities, were the issues discussed during a one-day media parley held Tuesday in Abuja.


$3.5bn coming from WEF to boost agriculture

As the Federal Government host the World Economic Forum (WEF) Africa, the coordinating minister for the economy and minister of finance, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, said that one of the benefits of hosting the economic event was that about $3.5 billion will come to Nigeria to boost agriculture and assist small farm holders in the country.


FG spends N26b on farm input

The Federal Government last week paid N26 billion to agro-dealers for supplying farm input to farmers across the country towards boosting food production in the 2013 rainy season farming.


University of ilorin plans N1.2b oil palm plantation

Prof. AbdulGaniyu Ambali, the Vice Chancellor of University of Ilorin, on Monday said that the university would soon establish an oil palm plantation of more than 1,000 hectares.


NGO distributes hybrid rice seeds to Nasarawa farmers

An NGO Project Agape, on Monday donated hybrid rice seeds popularly known as Faro 44 CP to some farmers in the Assakio community of Nasarawa State.


Nigeria needs more agro cargo ports

The construction of new private ports for agro exports is vital to attracting foreign investors to the sector.


Modern technology can save farmers from poverty —Experts

Leading agriculture experts have attributed hunger and poverty tin Africa to the decline in agriculture , adding that growth in agriculture equates to a reduction in hunger and poverty.


Why Nigeria cannot export cassava

Nigeria cannot export cassava because of the high cost of production, Country Manager, Harvest Plus, Paul Ilona, has said.


Nigeria has potentials to feed the world — Agric Minister

The Minister for Agriculture, Dr Akinwunmi Adesina has said that Nigeria has the potential to feed the world and create jobs if it explores its comparative advantage and change from the mindset that Agriculture is all about food production to seeing it as a business.


GES-TAP technology: IFDC registered 106,000 farmers in six weeks — FCT Coordinator

The Growth Enhancement Support (GES) scheme Touch and Pay (TAP) technology, a project being implemented by the International Fertiliser Development Centre (IFDC), has registered 106,000 farmers in six weeks in the FCT.

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